Upper Darby cops alert teens their kegger has been busted on Twitter

Upper Darby police posted this photo on Twitter to alert underage drinkers that their plans for a keg party had been busted.

The Upper Darby Police Department’s Twitter account is well known for its humor and irreverence.

On Friday, the good officers there took to the social media platform to alert teenagers that their plans for a keg party had been busted.

It seems officers found the brew behind the Aronimink Swim Club and felt compelled to let the would-be underage revelers know the party had been called off.

“Attn young people- you might want to hold off on buying the red plastic cups for tonight’s party behind the Aronimink Swim Club (aka the palace). There will probably be a lack of attendance now,” the department tweeted, along with photos of the seized contraband.

It’s not first time Upper Darby police have done this. In 2013, they seized another keg and tweeted: “HEY YOUNG people – the party in the cemetery didn’t work out so well, huh? Sorry bout that. #wegotthekeg #whosgotthetap.”

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